With the demand for superyachts climbing every year, yacht builders are always working to create the most innovative designs for their yachts, using cutting edge technology and their expertise in craftsmanship for the ultimate yachting experience. Superyachts are more luxurious today than ever, and each newly built yacht exemplifies its own unique flare of their builder’s trademark design features. Yacht building is a continual growing business that doesn’t seem to have an end in sight, but instead, a bright and steady future. One of the most impressive names in yacht building is Oceanco. This shipyard has built some of the most luxurious superyachts that have been launched over the past several decades and continue to take-on more innovative and unusual projects.
Built to Northern European standards by knowledgeable yachtsman, in 2004, Natita can accommodate 14 guests and 22 crew and she is as elegant as she is relaxing. The living areas on the Natita were designed by Alberto Pinto who used exceptional detail and high-quality materials to create the many features that make Natita a yachter’s dream to cruise on. Pinto used the combination of bold and vibrant for the interior as well as a mix of old-fashioned craftsmanship and resources with a cutting-edge style to complete his vision of the many relaxation areas aboard the Natita. From the beige and black jacquard walls in the entertainment room to the etched glass and leather steps on the staircase, bold colors and darker woods are used in creative ways throughout to create dramatic effects and eye-catching appeal.
Layout and details of Natita
Six lavish estate rooms will house your guests after they spend their days being pampered aboard Natita, relaxing and gathering in the beautiful salons, surrounded by the beautiful furnishings and ambience and highly attentive staff that are dedicated to meet your every need. Dining areas are throughout, with two formal dining options along with more casual dining arrangements, on deck. The bar on the upper deck has the added bonus of giving you and your guests breathtaking views as you cruise during your lunch.
Your guest will enjoy luxurious and stylish cabins while the master cabin is exceptionally large and sits forward, on the main deck. Pinto used striated aniegre paneling in combination with stitched ribbons of black leather to create a rich, lavish ambience for lounging and sleeping. There’s also a spacious bathroom, adjoining office and dressing room. Other cabins include a VIP double cabin with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, two additional guest cabins and two twin cabins on the bridge deck which may be converted into king beds if needed.
The well-planned beach club at the rear of the lower deck is loaded with watersport toys. When at anchor, take off and enjoy yourself on any one of the toys or try your hand at fishing. From a pair of three-person jet-skis, to a wakeboard and kneeboard. You will also find waterskiing gear and more, there is something for everyone. You’ll get the full adventures of yachting in the Caribbean or Mediterranean when you get to play in the sun, and in the waters that you are cruising.
Natita is completely and meticulously upheld by the highly-trained captains and crew and will take care of every request of the owner who expects high standards and perfection. Luxury is and comfort is what you will see and feel all around you on Oceanco’s Natita. For a world class yachting experience, Oceanco delivers, in every aspect and detail. For performance, comfort and top yachting experience, Oceanco is one that can't be beat.
- Length – 216.54 ft.
- Decks - 4
- Guests – 14
- Crew - 22
- Length - 216 ft
- Displacement – 1554.00
- Draught – 0.0
- Beam – 12.12m
- Displacement – Full
- Max speed – 16.50kn
- Cruising speed – 14.50kn
- Range – 6000kn at 14.50kn
- Hull – Steel hull with aluminum superstructure
The Natita superyacht is now for sale; new to the yachting market for the first time in six years and you can find out more information about it on superyacht.com or contact your yachting broker. If you’re ready for a luxurious yachting experience, this yacht has all you could want and more for a relaxed yachting experience with family and friends.
Founded in 1990, Oceanco continues to work to become the world’s finest shipyard in the world and to many in the ship building business, it looks like it has. Oceanco is based in the Netherlands in Alblasserdam, near Rotterdam. Oceanco is equipped with a private harbor as well as a climate-controlled shed, which they use to build and refit their yachts, both for charter and private customers.
Oceanco is world-renowned in the ship-building field. They build ultra-luxury superyachts measuring from 40-95 meters, all of which are designed using their highest standards in Dutch engineering, craftsmanship and point specific quality control. Oceanco only builds a small number of yachts at a time due to their primary focus being on quality and not quantity.
Oceanco is world-renowned in the ship-building field. They build ultra-luxury superyachts measuring from 40-95 meters, all of which are designed using their highest standards in Dutch engineering, craftsmanship and point specific quality control. Oceanco only builds a small number of yachts at a time due to their primary focus being on quality and not quantity. Oceanco uses the vision of the customer and the designer to complete each project; a yachtman’s yacht.
One of Oceanco’s 2005 builds, superyacht Natita, is currently for sale. The vessel is a sophisticated, luxury yacht who's exterior and engineering was designed by Oceanco, while the interior was designed by Alberto Pinto. The superyacht was refitted in 2009 and is now one of the most stunning yachts in Oceanco’s impressive superyacht lineup.
Oceanco goes beyond giving support during the first years of launching their yachts. They also offer a Life After Launch program that gives owner's support for engineering, mechanical, electrical components, entertainment and propulsion systems during your yacht's entire life at sea. No matter what you need, Oceanco backs every yacht that leaves their shipyard, which gives owners' a total peace-of-mind.
Written by Garrett Parker
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